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Support our work today! The Sex Workers Outreach Project- Sacramento is a California State social justice network dedicated to reducing harm, improving healthcare, and upholding both civil and human rights of sex workers and their communities. We rely entirely on financial support from people like you to do the important work that we do.

Monthly giving is the best giving option for both SWOP Sacramento and our supporters – it allows us to have a dependable base of support and save time, banking fees and paper by not having to send supporters future reminders and renewal notices.

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SWOP Sacramento is a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)organization.     TAX ID# 26-2264638

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SWOP-USA Statement on Attempted Brothel Closures in Nevada

June 20th, 2018|Comments Off on SWOP-USA Statement on Attempted Brothel Closures in Nevada

The efforts to outlaw brothels in the Lyon and and Nye counties in Nevada is wrong-headed and short-sighted. SWOP-USA is fighting for the full decriminalization of sex work, which the legalized brothel system is certainly [...]

Black Sex Worker Collective Juneteenth Events & Some Juneteenth History

June 14th, 2018|Comments Off on Black Sex Worker Collective Juneteenth Events & Some Juneteenth History

Our comrades at The Black Sex Worker Collective are hosting two events in New York City on Monday, June 18th “Whore in a Box” 5 PM - 6 PM Free & “Moving Beyond Survival: An [...]

SWOP USA Seeking New Board Members

June 6th, 2018|Comments Off on SWOP USA Seeking New Board Members

Sex Workers Outreach Project-USA is looking to expand it's Board of Directors! SWOP-USA is growing, and we are looking to add dedicated and passionate individuals to our team, to help strengthen our human rights network. [...]

The Grief of Retirement: A Sex Work Ritual

May 24th, 2018|Comments Off on The Grief of Retirement: A Sex Work Ritual

"The Grief of Retirement: A Sex Work Ritual" By former SWOP-USA Vice President Katie Bloomquist MS, MA, LAMFT Originally published here In my therapeutic work with people who sell sexual services, I consider myself to [...]

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